inter•punct -- a journal for architecture founded by students at Carnegie Mellon University and supported by the SoA -- is putting together a project discussing emergent and often radical issues latent in the educational environment that the organization feels are far too absent from current discourse. Following the footsteps of pamphlet architecture, clip-stamp-fold, and 'a few zines,’ the group is curating a collection of zines, and they invite you to be a part of this process.
Wondering what to make? They’re not going to tell you -- you have complete creative freedom. They ask only two things:
Consider the format of a single 8.5"x11" or 11"x17" sheet, front and back. Google "zine formats" for inspiration.
Reflect in some manner on your experience in the school -- with a project, with a professor, in the field, etc. Just keep in mind that the overarching theme is “Pedagogy.”